Hugh Carew: Birth: AFT 1433.
Sir William Carew: Death: ABT 1501
Title: Visitations of the County of Devon, 1620
Publication: Comprising the Heralds� Visitations of 1531, 1564, & 1620. With additions by Lieutenant-Colonel J.L. Vivian. Henry S. Eland, Exeter, 1895.
Author: Vivian, John Lambrick
Title: Burke's Dormant & Extinct Peerages
Note: NS0041881 NS0041883
Publication: Harrison, London, 1844, 1883, reprinted 1969
Author: Burke, John & Burke, Sir Bernard
Title: FTM World Family Tree Vol. 5
Publication: Family Tree Maker
Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage 104th Edition
Note: NS0042481 NS0042483
Publication: 104th Ed. 1967
Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [sandberg.ged] Nicholas Carew married Joan Courtenay From their sons descended four branches of the Carew family . . . . 1. Thomas Carew of Mohun's Ottery, Devon 2. Nicholas Carew of Haccombe, Devon (from whom John Young and Tom Magness are descended) 3. Hugh Carew (he died without issue and his lands went to John son of his brother Nicholas) 4. Alexander Carew of Antony, Cornwall (from whom Tim Sandberg is descended) 5. William Carew of Bury St. Edmonds (Carew of Crowcombe, Somerset) Joan Courtenay was a great granddaughter of the Earl of Devon, still today one of the riches families in England with holding of over 50,000 acres. She married secondly Robert Vere, brother of the John, Earl of Oxford and their desendents eventually assumed the title and lands of the Earl of Oxford.